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Look, Ann. You can almost
see our relevance from here.
Oh, goody. Just when we were all about to forget how unbelievably unlikable Mitt and Ann Romney are, they're back!
In an interview with Chris Wallace, airing this weekend on Fox News Sunday, Mitt explains what a downer it is to come off the "roller coaster" thrill of humiliating himself repeatedly during the 2012 election, and as for Ann? Well, you remember how she helped her husband lose by explaining to you people—you Latino people, you lady people, you poor people—how stupid you are if you don't vote for her husband. Who can forget what a convincing selling point that was?
“In our church, we’re used to serving and you know, you can be in a very high position, but you recognize you’re serving,” she said. “And now all of a sudden, you’re released and you’re nobody. And we’re used to that. It’s like we came and stepped forward to serve. And you know, the other part of it was an amazing thing, and it was really quite a lot of energy and a lot of passion and a lot of — a lot of people around us and all of a sudden, it was nothing.”
Waaaaaaah! It is just so, so hard to be nobody, to be irrelevant, to be completely unimportant. Will the trials and tribulations of being Ann Romney never end? First, she and Mitt had to struggle as a young couple to get by on nothing but his daddy's money, and then she had a horse everyone made fun of, and now this? Now they've been forced to return to their little lives of irrelevance? Oh, it is so terribly hard to be them.
Thank American Jesus that the Romneys' oh-so-humble service—hey, did you know the Romneys have humbly served in their church and also given tons and tons of money, but humbly?—prepared them for being nobodies.
Originally posted to Kaili Joy Gray on Fri Mar 01, 2013 at 07:55 AM PST.